IMF Bailout: Don’t remove subsidies – ISODEC
The Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC) is warning government against the removal of petroleum subsidies which has been recommended by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
IMF bailout: There won't be job cuts – Gov’t reiterates
Government has reiterated its position that there are no plans of laying off public sector workers as it nears an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on a possible bailout.
Presidency receives petition to remove CHRAJ boss
The presidency has finally received a petition filed by Member of Parliament (MP) for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Annoh Dombreh, seeking to impeach the Commissioner for the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Lauretta Lamptey.
Gov’t exceeded borrowing limit in 2012
The government exceeded its borrowing limit at the Bank of Ghana (BoG) by about 170% in 2012. This was contained in the Auditor-general’s report for 2012.
Government to establish two gold refineries
Government has announced plans to establish two refineries to process and add value to the country's gold.
Economy prospects bright despite IMF reservation - Govt
Government insists the outlook for Ghana's economy is bright despite IMF recommendations for cuts in government spending and management of the country's public debt.
Dr. Henry Wampah, Governor BoG
The Bank of Ghana (BOG) is collaborating with security agencies to locate and eliminate unregistered micro-finance agencies operating in the country.
German Development Bank enlarges portfolio in Ghana
Strained economic conditions in the country are hampering the capacity of some small and medium-scale enterprises to access development financing from the country’s development partners.
IMF programme takes off in January 2015 - Prez Mahama
President John Dramani Mahama is optimistic that the three-year International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme to take off in January 2015, will open up investment opportunities for the country.
Cedi recovering against major currencies
The Central Bank’s review of its directives on the use of foreign exchange (forex) to save the free fall of the Cedi is having a positive impact on the local currency as the Ghana cedi continues to gain strength against major foreign currencies.